Artifacts that showcase the history of General Motors Assembly and other automotive-related businesses are being sought to fill a Legacy Center scheduled to open in 2021 in downtown Janesville.
The measure faces major obstacles given that the GOP controls both the state Senate and Assembly.
Tuesday's primary will determine which candidates will advance to the November general election.
Good schools and good jobs must be our priority. As Assembly speaker, I worked with Republicans and Democrats to hold the line on taxes, and approve job-producing infrastructure projects.
I am concerned about the future of the 15th Senate District and our state. We need the most experienced people, the best leaders, the best com…
Dozens of candidates have signed up to run for a high number of open seats in the state Legislature.
The veteran lawmakers are trying once again to force disclosure from groups such as Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, who spend millions influencing elections.
The race for Madison's 2nd District aldermanic seat is sure to be lively, making for a good story to tell about the city of Madison and its politics.
She says he had ulterior motives for not trying hard to get a tough bill through to limit lending.
The real fight for the open 2nd Congressional District seat is likely coming down to the two front-runners for the Democratic nomination: state Rep. Mark Pocan and state Rep. Kelda Helen Roys.
Campaign contribution data starkly illustrate why the high-stakes battle between Republican Gov. Scott Walker and labor unions over the last three weeks is about more than budget shortfalls and bargaining.
Say what you will about his method, but the editor who tricked Gov. Scott Walker into thinking he was billionaire supporter David Koch got a cult hero's welcome Saturday from the protesters he showed up to rally with in Madison.
On Dec. 30, all 10 outgoing Assembly Democrats were asked to turn over databases to incoming Republicans. The requests are being classified by several Democrats as an unprecedented power grab.
State Rep. Joe Knilans, R-Janesville, the man who beat former Assembly Speaker Mike Sheridan, appears to be gaming the system.
Legislators need to address the decay of our political process during the last days of the 2009-2010 session of the Wisconsin Legislature.
Dear Editor: In its recent editorial attacking Assembly Speaker Mike Sheridan, The Cap Times again demonstrated why no reasonable person reads…
This week it was all train, all the time, as Gov.-elect Scott Walker (doing his best Marge Simpson) stood firm in his opposition to the Milwaukee-to-Madison rail line.
Outgoing Assembly Speaker Mike Sheridan, D-Janesville, actions while Assembly Speaker were indefensible and he shamed his caucus and himself.
Virtually all voters are holding their noses when they cast a ballot and feel doomed to choose between the lesser of two evils.
More furlough days for state workers, employee contributions to pensions, fewer people on BadgerCare, a challenge to federal health care reform and lower taxes for corporations are likely to be top agenda items in the wake of a Republican wave that swept Democrats out of power.
In tough economic times, we must ask where to start to sustain a long-term recovery? I believe the answer is simple: By investing in people. C…